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    How To Host Sub-Domain On Different Hosting Account

    October 12, 2013
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    One of the biggest challenge with shared hosting is to keep the load on the server in control, and forums are another resource hungry piece of software.  In my last article on WordPress forums, I informed you about adding forum on ShoutMeLoud, and finally I decided to install vBulletin V4 forum. Now next goal is to install the forum, and make it live. Before all this, I needed to decide where do I want to host my ...

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    How to Create Database Manually on Bluehost Hosting

    July 23, 2013
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    When ever you are creating a WordPress blog or a database centric platform, creating database is one of the things that you need to do. Thanks to many auto-installer script, which does the job for you, but there are times when you need to manually create the database. The step to create database is quite simple on many webhosting which offers standard cPanel. Yesterday, I was migrating a WordPress blog from Godaddy to Bluehost, and to ...

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    Bluehost Pro Vs. Bluehost Shared Hosting : Is it Worth the Upgrade?

    July 12, 2013
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    Running a self hosted WordPress blog is fun, as we need to take care of everything. Moment you start a self hosted blog, you are almost running a business. That means, you need to take care of everything around your blog. One of the major concern with self hosted blogger is web-hosting. Till the time your current hosting is not giving any issues, you don’t need to worry about anything, but moment your WordPress blog gets ...

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    How to Save Money on WebHosting Renewals For WordPress Blogs?

    May 6, 2013
    Save money on Webhosting

    Webhosting is one of those essential investment, which every blogger have to make every month to run their self-hosted WordPress blog. Usually a cheap and reliable shared hosting for WordPress starts from $4/month and depending upon your requirement it can go up to $20/month for shared hosting, and goes really up when you move to VPS or dedicated hosting. When a newbie blogger takes baby step to self hosted blog, he is not aware of cost ...

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    BlueHost Vs Hostgator Vs Dreamhost [Webhosting Comparison]

    May 4, 2013
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    Starting a website is fun, but there are few things that we need to decide before launching our site. One of them is selecting the webhosting. There are many top web hosting companies out there, and for any beginner, it becomes a task to select best out of the best. All the webhosting companies will claim to give you best server and unlimited resource but when you sign up with them, you will start facing lots of ...

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    BlueHost Review : Shared Hosting for WordPress

    March 13, 2013
    Review of Bluehost Shared Hosting

    There are many Webhosting companies out there, and everyone have their pros and cons. I mostly deal with Webhosting for WordPress, and when it comes to shared hosting, there are many companies which offers top notch hosting for WordPress blog. Bluehost is one of those hosting companies, that have created a name for themselves with outstanding server performance. Today, I will be sharing a complete review of Bluehost hosting, and why you should opt for this ...

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    How to Set up Google Apps Standard on Bluehost cPanel

    July 12, 2012
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    Most of the Bloggers, freelancers here are using free Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail ID which is good for personal uses, but when you are working professionally, it’s always a better idea to use a Professional Email address. For example, [email protected], [email protected] and so on. It not only adds professionalism in your ID but also add credibility to your Email. Wonder, how would it look if I send an Email to a company with my personal Email or ...

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    Best Alternatives to HostGator Hosting

    June 30, 2012
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    Just now, I let you know about Hostgator sold to EIG and as I mentioned, for next 3-4 week, we are so uncertain about future of Hostgator. As there are many things which need to be finalized before we know about data center and other billing details. I believe this is the right time to give some alternative to Hostgator, as it would be better for people like me, whose hosting due date is this ...

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